NOTE: This is version 1.0 of PATTERN DOT LIFE. Limited Edition and Bonus Remixes (version 2.0) coming later.
This recording captures Module’s fun live energy. All tracks are performed 100% live with Synthesizers and Computers
along with real‐time visuals which of course you can’t see unless you look at some videos on http://www.youtube.com/modulenz but you can close your eyes and imagine.
1.All This Time (Extended live version)
2.The Chop Shop (Beta Version)
3.Stars and Sky (Live Version)
4.Nightriding (Grip‐shift Live version)
5.Plus + ‐ Minus (Beta Version)
6.Playground (1 dollar mixture version)
7.Electricity (OMD Cover) see http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sq2vl99iIEc
8.We R Turning Digital
9.My Robot Baby (Beta Version)
10.Turn it all around (Max bits sense_ rehash)
11.Space Between Us + Rock my computer
12.World Goes Round (Live Version)
13.What it seems (Live version)
All Music Written, Produced & Performed by Module AKA Jeramiah Ross
Recorded live at Sandwiches in Wellington New Zealand on the 9.08.08 by Mr Mike A
Album mix by Jeramiah Ross
Art work & Design by Matt Pitt AKA Redkidone http://www.redkids.co.nz/redkidone/
Big ups to all those that came down to be part of the show! I had a great time!
Also big thanks to all the Internet goodness over the last year from everyone. Thanks for the support.
May 20, 2017 Subject:
When Was Live Set/ Album Released?
Module is one of the stand-out electronic musicians Aotearoa had produced, and this is a great recording of the live set that launched the Pattern Dot Life remix project. Sadly, there's very little information now available online about Pattern Dot Life. Can we still hear the remixes uploaded by fans and collaborators? Was there ever an official version 2.0 of the album with remixes by Module himself?
I was actually at the live performance at Sandwiches where this album was recorded. But if I wasn't, and didn't know anything about Pattern Dot Life, I would have no idea when that live set played or the album released. Those dates are not in the description here, and most of the links in that description are dead (although some are available via the Wayback Machine). It would be great to have this description updated, or links to more information about Pattern Dot Life wherever it's available.